The school's pastor, Gregory Bork, pulled the girls out of class and asked them if they were bisexual, had kissed each other or done anything inappropriate.
At one point, according to one of the girls, Bork "got very close and he said, 'Have you ever touched [Jane Doe] in ... any inappropriate ways?' And he looked me up and down when he asked that."
McKay said Bork denied looking at the girl in an inappropriate way.
According to Bork, the girls admitted they had hugged and kissed each other and told other students they were lesbians. The girls said they admitted only that they loved each other as friends. The girls never disclosed their sexual orientation during the lawsuit, McKay said.